At Splendid, we work hard ensuring we offer our clients the best solutions when it comes to security, which is why we have partnered with Cisco. Security is never a one-and-done situation. It involves constant upkeep, dedicated support, attention to detail, and evolving solutions. And this is where we shine. Take a deep dive into this eBook where we’ll cover the reasons why you should consider adding DNS-layer security as your first line of defense against threats.
With the ability to work everywhere: at home, in the office, airports, and coffee shops, traditional security solutions still focus on protecting employees only while on the corporate network. This eBook will inform you about the risks of only relying on legacy defenses like firewalls, web gateways, and sandboxes for network security.
What if you could leverage a secret weapon that you already have in your security stack to see attacks and protect roaming users, on any device? We’ll describe how Cisco Umbrella provides visibility into all internet requests across your network, across every port, protocol or app to uncover and block connections to malicious domains and IPs. We can run an absolutely FREE demo of this solution so you can see why Fortune 50 enterprises and small businesses are realizing the security multiplier effect by using DNS to complement existing security measures. Contact us today to schedule your demo.
People work anywhere and everywhere now, from co-working spaces and coffee shops to airport lobbies, using innovative devices, apps, and cloud services to reimagine and redefine their workdays.
It’s great for productivity and efficiency — but it’s stretching network security to the breaking point, creating hidden gaps and vulnerabilities as employees move farther away from the traditional “office.” With most security solutions still focused on protecting employees only while they’re on the corporate network, organizations are increasingly at risk for cyberattacks.
Hackers are paying attention, and they’re matching today’s technology innovations with maddening creativity of their own. They’ve graduated from attacks designed to steal data to extortion hacks that instead lock people out of their data unless a ransom is paid. They manipulate files and sabotage software and appliances to affect stock value or deface websites. They exploit zero-day vulnerabilities, intercept split-second online credit card transactions, and hack connected devices ranging from security cameras to smart watches, skateboards, and even cars. Gartner anticipates worldwide enterprise security spending to total $96 billion in 2018, with organizations spending more on security as a result of regulations, shifting buyer mindset and the evolution to a digital business strategy. Click the image below to read the full eBook — no strings attached.